With the government poised to launch a review into university financing, Niall talks to the Universities Minister Sam Gyimah. He also chats to the new (interim) UKIP leader Gerard Batten about his plans for the party and his controversial views on Islam. #Paterson
Nearly 30 thousand people were murdered in Mexico last year. The highest number in two decades. It's why the CIA compares the levels of violence with Iraq and Syria.
The drugs trade is at the epicentre of the crime wave. A huge increase in the production and supply has resulted in a multi billion pound black market and the competition among the cartels for a slice of the fortunes has left the police struggling to cope.
Extortion, kidnapping and murder are daily events.
Sky's Chief Correspondent Stuart Ramsay has been to the country to speak to those involved - the bosses, the police, the producers,the hitmen carrying out the violence and those affected.
Stuart tells Sky News presenter Tom Macleod about his experience covering the story, the terrifying stand-offs and the high-security visits to the poppy fields. #Mexico #drugs #hotspots
Adam Boulton and guests tackle the scandal engulfing Oxfam and assess the wider debate over international aid funding; they examine the Valentine's Day message from the Foreign Secretary and his attempt to each out those opposed to Brexit; and they consider whether animal welfare has become important political teritory. Joining Adam this week are The Guardian's Zoe Williams, Sky's specialist producer Helen-Ann Smith and Head of Data Harry Carr. #Oxfam #Brexit #AnimalWelfare
With pressure mounting on the government to make crucial decisions on Brexit, Niall is joined by Justice Secretary David Gauke. He also talks about Labour's nationalisation plans with Shadow Treasury minister Jonathan Reynolds. #Paterson